NOLEGEIN-Journal of Business Ethics , Ethos & CSR <p><strong>NOLEGEIN-Journal of Business Ethics , Ethos &amp; CSR </strong>is a peer reviewed journal and provides a platform to discuss new issues in the area of Business ethics and the global economy. The journal also seeks to advance the quality of research by publishing papers introducing or elaborating on Accounting Ethics and Goods &amp; Service Tax. It's a biannual journal, started in 2018.</p> en-US [email protected] (Journal Manager) [email protected] (Admin) Mon, 07 Aug 2023 10:57:38 +0000 OJS 60 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): Milking Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) to Attain SDGs <p>This paper makes an effort to understand how corporate social responsibility supports sustainable development goals. According to the National Determined Contribution, India needs 170 billion dollars per year to accomplish the sustainable development goals (SDGs) from 2015 to 2030. But there is a huge gap to meet this financial need. According to UNESCAP, Asia and the Pacific can achieve the SDGs by 2065 with the reported growth rate. To bridge that gap, spending on CSR can be a helpful option for governments. Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is the way that organisations have an obligation to society aside from their own interests. India is one of the few countries that has regulations on corporate social responsibility for businesses. The reform of social capital was introduced by Section 135 on corporate social responsibility under the Companies Act, 2013. Sustainable development goals emerged as universal goals in a way to incorporate a common shared global look for a safe and sustainable place for all the people and future species on this planet. The sustainable development goals deal with not only considerable changes in the wellbeing of human life, economic development, and environmental safeguards but also how these effects have been enforced. They are clearly defined with 169 targets that are determined to be achieved by 2030. To know the impact of any institution on SDGs, it is important to measure its contribution in context with sustainable development goals.</p> Pooja Yadav Copyright (c) 2023 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Business Ethics , Ethos & CSR Wed, 30 Aug 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Problems and Remedies for Growth of Rural Entrepreneurship in India <p>Rural entrepreneurship is something that relates to establishing new business developing new product that results in developing the rural areas. As rural people are migrating towards the urban areas due to existence of better employment opportunities according to their skills and knowledge are available. They get better pay for their work in urban areas which is not possible in rural sector due to insufficient funds. The rural population get a better scope for their personal development as well as growth is more in cities as compared to rural areas. We can see that there is scope of rural entrepreneurship development but because of absence of some amenities which is required the sector cannot grow and as a result rural entrepreneurs face a problem in starting their business and if business is started it cannot work or grow efficiently. Many organization and financial institution can help them to grow by providing the facilities required for their growth. As rural sector development can bring a major development in the economy as a whole by promoting different activities and by providing training to people who want to work and reside in rural areas. The paper describes the major problems faced by the rural entrepreneurs while going for rural entrepreneurship and how they overcome these problems. The method adopted here secondary data study and based on review of previous paper</p> Deepti Bhatia Copyright (c) 2023 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Business Ethics , Ethos & CSR Sat, 15 Jul 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Crowdfunding Using Blockchain <p>With crowdfunding, individual enterprise generators can submit requests for backing, which is a new and creative way to finance different feathers of gambles. The businesses may have fiscal, artistic, or social objects. generally, the plutocrat is handed in exchange for forthcoming goods or equity. It also covers the use of online social media platforms to link investors and business possessors in order to raise plutocrats for colorful enterprises in exchange for prices. Social media and the internet were the new platforms that arose. The internet and social media are essential for nonprofit businesses and entrepreneurs to raise plutocrats. The significance of technology in crowdfunding will be covered first in the paper, followed by a discussion of the multitudinous crowdfunding spots that have lately appeared. Blockchain between parties is transparent. Crowdfunding is grounded on the trust between the investors and stakeholders. The emergence of new technologies has great eventuality in crowdfunding associations as well as individualities. Crowdfunding platforms using the blockchain technology increase the credibility of colorful systems and gambles and thus attract huge finances from investors and benefactors.</p> Khushi Kaushik Copyright (c) 2023 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Business Ethics , Ethos & CSR Mon, 19 Jun 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Waste Food Management: Issues and Challenges <p>The major challenge today the World is facing is scarcity of food. The quality of available food i.e. the presence of chemical additives, preservatives, etc. Almost about 97 million people are dying without food. Even those who are getting food are facing health related issues. In these technology driven World where everyone is ordering food through internet or mobile phones the major issue is if the food is not delivered properly or if the order is cancelled then the food is wasted. So the propose system has a one sought of solution for this problem. Basically the idea is to collect the leftover or cancelled food from the hotels and deliver it to the NGO’s so that the needy would get the benefit instead of just throwing it in dustbin. This process entirely takes place through web where if the food is left in the hotel the Hotel would raise a flag saying that I have leftover food and that would be hosted in the website , so now any social activist can just collect that food and deliver it to the NGO. It benefits the hotel as the food or not thrown away and NGO’s get the food for their needs.</p> Sairaj Pillai Copyright (c) 2023 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Business Ethics , Ethos & CSR Wed, 05 Jul 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Exploring the Link Between Personality and Social Intelligence: A Comprehensive Meta-analysis <p>The study explores the relationship between personality traits and social intelligence through a metaanalytic<br />review of previous research. The study synthesises data from previous research studies that<br />have examined the relationship between personality traits and social intelligence. Personality traits are<br />defined as persistent and consistent patterns of cognitive processes, emotional expressions, and<br />behavioural manifestations that distinctly typify an individual and distinguish them from others. These<br />characteristics are commonly believed to exhibit a high level of stability over time and across various<br />contexts, and as such, they provide an explanatory framework for the consistency of human behaviour<br />and social intelligence, which means being able to recognise, comprehend, and handle one’s own<br />emotions and social interactions, as well as those of others. Personality traits are things about a person<br />that do not change much. They are how a person usually acts, thinks, and feels. The aim was to<br />synthesise the findings of prior studies to provide a comprehensive understanding of how personality<br />traits relate to social intelligence. The meta-analysis included 40 studies with a total sample size of<br />22,526 participants. The results indicated that certain personality traits, such as extraversion,<br />agreeableness, emotional stability, and openness, were positively correlated with social intelligence.<br />On the other hand, neuroticism was negatively correlated with social intelligence. The aforementioned discoveries bear significant ramifications for comprehending the function of personality traits in relation to social intelligence. The author proposes that individuals exhibiting greater levels of extraversion, emotional intelligence, openness, and agreeableness may possess enhanced abilities in discerning and navigating social exchanges. The present investigation’s results may have pertinent implications within the realms of education, leadership, and human resources, which place emphasis on social intelligence as a crucial competency. In general, this meta-analytic assessment furnishes compelling proof with respect to the connection between personality traits and social intelligence. The results of the study imply that personality traits hold substantial influence over the formation and manifestation of social intelligence. These findings have implications for the development of interventions and programs aimed at enhancing social intelligence. Overall, this meta-analytic review presents compelling evidence for the association between personality traits and social intelligence. The results demonstrate that personality traits can exercise a notable influence on the acquisition and manifestation of social intelligence.</p> Fauzia Razi Copyright (c) 2023 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Business Ethics , Ethos & CSR Tue, 25 Jul 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Examining the Viewpoints of Corporate Leaders in Andhra Pradesh on the Ever-Changing and Difficult Leadership Roles and Responsibilities <p>Leadership is the process of convincing people to do what you want them to do in order to achieve set goals willingly and enthusiastically. The responses vary along a continuum ranging from resistance to commitment. Today’s workplace is one where change is a fact of life. To keep organizations competent in the face of such rapid changes, environmental changes necessarily require higher levels of managerial effectiveness. Supporting this point of view, it was also said that it is important to research these behavioral characteristics, particularly the duties and roles of business executives, in light of the globalization of trade and commerce. The main goal of this article is to investigate corporate leaders’ perceptions of changing and challenging leadership roles and responsibilities.</p> Tarakeswara Rao. Sivvala Copyright (c) 2023 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Business Ethics , Ethos & CSR Fri, 05 May 2023 00:00:00 +0000